i licked battery acid cos i thought it was water when i was 9, im now 12 and the only problems i have is sometimes on random days the end of my toung is stingy and theres a tiny yellow dot where i licked it.
Depends on what kind of battery you lick. If you lick a D, C, AA or AAA battery, nothing will happen because your tongue won't touch both positive and negative terminals. However, if you lick a 4.5-Volt or a 9-Volt battery so that your tongue touches both positive and negative terminals, you'll feel a slight unpleasant harmless shock.
No, a lead acid battery is a wet cell battery and a 9 volt alkaline battery is a dry cell battery.
when you lick a 9 voltage battery you get a tiny shock on your toung and it hurts.
It depends what kind of battery it is, but it won't kill you if you lick the outside, which is just random metal and paint. If you open up the battery and lick the contents, however, you may be in for a nasty surprise - don't do it. A 9-volt battery can actually be tested by touching your tongue to both electrodes, if you feel a tingly feeling, it works.
The acid in a lead/acid storage battery (like a 12-volt car battery) is usually sulfuric acid, which has one sulfur atom per molecule. The "battery acid" in a dry cell (like a 9 volt battery, or a AA "battery") is not usually actually an acid and doesn't necessarily contain any sulfur.
That would be sulphuric acid, which is often used in car batteries.
It heats up very hot and may explode.
It's possible. Not likely to be the battery itself it that happens, though.
Current will go up by a factor of 6 times in that scenario.
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no, if you charge 9 volt battery with 12 volt battery you will destroy 9 volt battery
it operates a battery,mostly a 9 volt battery
There is one out of six chances that you will feel a current draw.
A strong acid (1 or 2 pH) A weak base ( 8 or 9 pH) The mixture would still be acidic but not as much.
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A 9 volt battery charger is designed to charge 9 volt batteries.The answer to the Related Question explains how any battery charger works.
The current will increase by a factor of 6 times, and the light bulb will be brighter, and may burn out quickly.